What makes your partner attractive to you? Is it really his or her physical beauty? The media keep telling us that attraction is about being young, thin, in good shape, etc. We think that we have to look a certain way in order to be sexy and our partner does, too. But, most of us don’t fit the criteria. Since we don’t meet the beauty requirements, does that mean we can’t have a thriving long-term relationship?
What’s in a name? Does it really matter how you refer to the person with whom you’re having sex and creating a life together? In the English language we don’t have any adequate words. They all fall short, even the ubiquitous word partner.
The perennial question for singles is — “How can I meet Mr. or Ms. Right if I can’t even get a date?” Singles of all ages are sick and tired of online dating sites. According to my eighty-year-old friend who has been married and single on and off throughout her life, the most important advice is to be proactive. What does that mean? Read her suggestions here.
All humans are at least a little bit selfish because we want what we want. How we go about getting what we want puts us on a narcissistic continuum.
When it comes to relationships, it’s important to know where you stand on the narcissistic spectrum. If you were raised by a narcissistic parent, you probably will perpetuate some narcissistic tendencies. It’s impossible not to, but you can also mitigate them.
If you’ve ever been divorced or are thinking of it, please read the following exquisite poem entitled: THE DIVORCE by Zara Raab All those years, I didn’t listen when you complained of discontent, your frustration with me, your burden, but prattled on, and overspent, spoiling the children on ribbons and satin. I listened only to […]